Clara Rodríguez y Michael Collins rinden tributo a Fitzrovia

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Este jueves por la tarde se celebró el Festival Fitzrovia en el Bolivar Hall. La afamada pianista venezolana Clara Rodríguez, el conocido clarinetista Michael Collins y una maravillosa orquesta hicieron las delicias musicales de los presentes, durante este homenaje y recorrido a la zona donde tuvo lugar el concierto: Fitzrovia.

Durante el evento tocaron piezas de compositores venezolanos como Otilio Galíndez o  Juan Carlos Núñez y homenajearon a compositores clásicos como Mozart o Wagner. Los músicos que estaban sobre el escenario interpretaron estas obras con una gran habilidad y elegancia, transmitiendo el espíritu de esa música y de Fitzrovia al público y a la casa donde vivió Francisco de Miranda.

Sin duda, una velada inolvidable donde Clara Rodríguez, Michael Collins y la orquesta que les acompañó transportaron a los presentes, a través de su virtuosismo, a la Fitzrovia de épocas pasadas.

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Fitzfest 2016 Michael Collins and Clara Rodriguez

I am really happy to be taking part in the 2016 Fitzrovia Festival on Thursday 9 June 2016 at 7.30 pm.

The concert will be held at the Bolívar Hall, 58 Grafton Way.

I shall be performing alongside clarinettist Michael Collins and the Festival Muscians Orchestra a really special programme that includes Mozart Piano Concerto KV414, Bliss Clarinet Quintet, Wagner Sigfried Idyll, two Venezuelan songs for clarinet and piano by Otilio Galíndez and Waltzes by 19th century Venezuelan composers compiled and arranged for piano and string orchestra by Juan Carlos Núñez.

FitzFest 2016
Celebrating London’s Fitzrovia with its entire musical heritage from past generations together with the contemporary diversity that thrives today.

The Bolívar Hall is part of Francisco de Miranda House which is situatued in the heart of London’s Fitzrovia. It is an important place for Latin Americans as it was at this address that the construction of the dream of a free and united Latin America was thought out, planned and worked for.
Francisco de Miranda, Simón Bolívar, Andrés Bello and Luis López Méndez, four of the most important Venezuelans of all time met not in Caracas where they were from but at this site in Warren Street in 1810.
The house was also the base for the printing of the first newspaper of the Americas, El Colombiano.
At the time, 58 Grafton Way had a library on the third floor containing approximately 6,000 volumes. Important meetings where political ideas were discussed and where the concept of solidarity between Latin American nations flourished.It was also the home of the first diplomatic representation of Latin America in Europe, Leander Miranda, Francisco de Miranda’s eldest son, was the first representative of the new Republic of Venezuela in 1830. He was also reponsible for anouncing the death of the Liberator, Simon Bolivar to the British Government.
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